The Girls Aloud star - who is currently dating backing dancer Tre Holloway - insists she would be prepared to walk down the aisle again in the future, despite her painful memories of her break-up from ex-husband Ashley Cole in February 2010.
Cheryl also still wants to have a "big family" but she isn`t sure if she`ll achieve her dream of having "four or five" kids.
In an interview with the new issue of Glamour magazine, she said: "Could I see myself getting married again? Never say never.
"I always said I`d like to have a big family, because I`m from one, so I`d like four or five children.
"But I don`t know realistically if that`s going to happen. You can`t assume things. I never thought I`d get a divorce."
The 29-year-old singer admits one of the hardest things about her split from Chelsea soccer player Ashley, 31, was the end of her dream to become a mother.
She said: "It`s the broken plans you have made that are the hardest to get over. Ashley and I would talk all the time about starting a family - well I would anyway ... There`s this perception that Ashley is an arrogant p***k, but he`s really not. We talk occasionally and I would say we are friends."
Although they have an amicable relationship now, Cheryl revealed she was so heartbroken when her marriage ended she couldn`t even eat.
The brunette beauty`s weight plummeted after she dumped Ashley for cheating on her with several women, and she admits the pain felt like she was grieving over a death.
She explained: "I first got very thin after Ashley. I felt like my stomach was doing backflips - like my emotions had taken over and made me full.
"I first experienced that when my granddad died and I couldn`t understand what was going on. I said to my grandmother, `The pasta just won`t go into my mouth.`
"I liked it (the weight loss). But I was heartbroken. It`s not like I look back and think, `I was so fit and healthy.` "
Cheryl hates how famous females are constantly scrutinised over their weight and insists the relentless dissection is nothing but "bullying".
She said: "I hate how conflicting it is. To have people saying, `Oh she`s so thin, she looks amazing,` then, `Oh, she`s disgusting.`
"You can`t call someone who is a size six fat. An average woman is a size ten to 12, so if you`re calling me fat because I`m a six - and I have never, ever been bigger than an eight - you`re causing women some serious issues. When you`re on the receiving end of it it`s nothing short of bullying in the workplace."